City deals with impact of early-season snowstorm on roads, energy grid, tree canopy.
An infestation of tussock moths, which have the ability to quickly kill healthy Douglas fir trees, is on the move in British Columbia and the Ministry of Forests says it has now been found further north than ever before.
The North Shore is discovering what life is like under moth rule. Eclipses of moths have been flitting, fluttering and generally wreaking havoc around any light source over the past week.
The leaves, in general, don't look too healthy. They seem to lack vitality and are shriveled in many places.
Year of the Salmonberry (Rubus spectabilis)
An abundant harvest of various berries this year.
In Southcentral Alaska
Salal bushes observed to be very dry and dying in British Columbia.